Ann Hampton Callaway and her sister Liz Callaway are leading lights of New York’s cabaret scene and have both been Tony Award-nominated for their performances in major Broadway musicals.
Multi award-winning artists with acclaimed careers in their own right, they stormed the Divas at the Donmar season in 1996 with their cabaret show, Sibling Revelry, which amusingly sent up the idea that they are in fact brutal competitors.
Nineteen years later, they are returning to the heart of the West End and revisiting their award-winning show with a five-day residency at the Hippodrome Casino from Tuesday 7th July – Saturday 11th July.
Liz is an Emmy Award-winning actress, singer and recording artist, who made her Broadway debut in Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along, received a Tony Award nomination for her performance in the musical Baby, she co-starred in the original Broadway production of Miss Saigon and for five years won acclaim starring as Grizabella in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats.
Multi award-winning cabaret star Ann is one of the leading champions of the great American Songbook and was Tony-nominated for her performance in the hit Broadway musical Swing! She is a platinum award-winning writer who collaborated with Cole Porter and whose songs are featured on six of Barbra Streisand’s recent CD’s.
Sibling Revelry, the sisters’ first major show together, is a wonderful showcase for older sister Ann’s deep jazz-tinged vocals and younger sister Liz’s clear-bell Broadway soprano. Its songs are linked by witty banter as the two compare their respective stage and recording careers, putting the revelry in rivalry. This engagement features updates to their original show which was made famous by their cult classic live CD. Highlights include a comically catty version of Friendship and The Huge Medley, a 16-song musical roller coaster of famous Broadway and pop duets including Bosom Buddies, A Boy Like That, Nowadays and the Barbra Streisand-Donna Summer disco hit, Enough Is Enough.
Sibling Revelry is produced by Black Sapphire Productions. Directed by Dan Foster.
Tuesday 7th July – Saturday 11th July at 8.00pm
Press night: Tuesday 7 July at 8.00pm
Cranbourn Street, Leicester Square,
LONDON, WC2H 7JH
Tickets: Circle £25-£30, Stalls Tables £35, Booths £40
Book online at
0207 769 8888 (10am – 8pm daily) All guests must be 18 or over.
Wednesday 15th April 2015